"Furniture Treasury" Vol. I–III with "American Antique Furniture" Vol. I–II
|Title and Author/Editor||Furniture Treasury (Mostly of American Origin): All Periods of American Furniture with Some Foreign Examples in America I–III (Wallace Nutting), American Antique Furniture: A Book for Amateurs Vol. I–II (Edgar G. Miller Jr.)|
|Genre||Antiques and Collectibles, Reference|
|Publisher or Printer||The Macmillan Company, Old America Company, Dover Publications|
|Publication Year||1966, 1948, 1928|
|Period||Early to Mid 20th Century, Vintage|
|Place of Publication||New York, Cambridge|
|Number of Books||6|
- shaken but generally tight bindings; loose hinges; heavy foxing and page discoloration; bowing; wear to bumped edges and corners; some dampstaining; wear and pen marks to inside covers; some former library copies with call numbers, stamps, and interior markings; personalized bookstamp.
- measures Furniture Treasury Vol. I.